Looking for Halloween treats that won’t make your little ghosts and goblins frown? So am I. Hence, I’ve composed the lists below of gluten-free goodies.
This year, I’ve purchased organic (gluten-free) milk chocolate squares to hand out to the trick-or-treaters. My children and I had a funny conversation about this at Whole Foods the other day while we were grocery shopping. When they asked what we would be passing out for Halloween this year. I told them, “organic milk chocolate.”
Their response? “Why can’t we be NORMAL like everyone else and hand out non-organic candy?!”
If they only knew how much of a compromise I’ve already made. If I had it my way, I’d be handing out tooth brushes and raisins, in that order. Nevertheless, here’s a list of “healthier” Halloween candies (if you can appreciate that oxymoron):
–Bug Bites – Organic Milk Chocolate (my treat of choice this year)
–YummyEarth Organic Lollipops
-College Farm Organic Naturepops
–Organic Gummi Bears
–Organic Berry Patch Bunny Fruit Snacks
And here’s a list of real food, not packaged, for your Halloween parties and gatherings:
–Orange Chocolate Coconut Clusters
–Pumpkin Pie Muffins
Finally, below is a list of lists; yes, you got that right. These are links to lists of gluten free candies, in case you decide to buy “real” treats and want to make sure they’re gluten free.